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6pm, Saturday 18th February 2017Tears Shed on this Soil: Songs for Syria

St Mary-le-Bow Church London

Johanna Harrison, Katie Braithwaite, and Rosa Pritch present an evening of classical singing to raise money for the Hands Up Foundation. Tickets available here, with more info about the Hands UP Foundation here.


Sunday 29th January, 3pm: The Foundling Museum, London

Mezzo soprano Johanna Harrison accompanied by pianist Ashley Beauchamp present a unique programme around the theme of displaced children, featuring composers Claude Debussy, Ivor Gurney, James MacMillan and Sergei Rachmaninoff.


PAST EVENTS

1pm, 11th January: St Michael’s-at-the-Northgate Church, Oxford 

Fatima Lahham, recorders

Music composed by J.S. Bach, Marin Marais, and Ziad Rahbani.


28th February, 1.30pm:  Keble Early Music Festival, Oxford                           

Fatima Lahham recorders, Sarah Small viola da gamba, Johan Löfving theorbo

As part of the Keble College Early Music Festival, a lunchtime concert of music by composers Henry Purcell, Elisabeth-Claude Jacquet de la Guerre, Giovanni Girolamo Kapsberger, Antoine Forqueray, and Marco Uccelini.


April 17th, 3pm, The Foundling Museum, London

Fatima Lahham recorders, Sarah Small viola da gamba, Johan Löfving theorbo

An afternoon concert of music by composers Henry Purcell, Elisabeth-Claude Jacquet de la Guerre, Giovanni Girolamo Kapsberger, Antoine Forqueray, and Marco Uccelini.

The Foundling Museum explores the history of the Foundling Hospital, the UK’s first children’s charity


Wednesday 1st June, 1pm: St John’s Stratford, London

Fatima Lahham recorders, Sarah Small viola da gamba, Johan Löfving theorbo

A lunchtime recital of chamber music including works by composers Henry Purcell, Arcangelo Corelli, and the mysterious Tobias Hume…


Sunday 22nd October, 7pm: St Peter’s Church, Acton Green

‘Borderless Baroque’

Tickets: £15, £10 concessions. Click here for the facebook event.


Thursday 27th October, 1.05pm: St Mary-le-Bow Church, London

Baroque music for three

Fatima Lahham recorders, Yu-Wei Hu baroque flute, Johan Löfving theorbo


Thursday 24th November, 8pm: Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford

A reading of T.S. Eliot’s Four Quartets alongside musical improvisations from recorder player Fatima Lahham


 

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